UAE Expat Feed
Sign In or Sign Up to post a new topic
omega2014 posted Salary negotiation tips on the United Arab Emirates forum on March 26, 2015:
Dear all, my spouse is offered a job - Assistant Professor , Lecturer at a University in Dubai. The Uni asked to provide expexted salary range. We are doing some research online but could not find something that gives good info. Any advice please? We have 3 kids. Benefits included will be medical insurance, accommodation, annual return ticket, and kids education. we greatly appreciate your advice
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
shaikhsalmauae posted which is the best movie theater in dubai on the United Arab Emirates forum on March 19, 2015:
hi i am planning to go out for movie this weekend with my Girlfriend for first time. so i wanted to know the best movie theater in dubai. if you have any information about it please let me know. my friend told me to visit for find but i want personal experience of yours
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
DALIDA42 posted Psychometric tests on the United Arab Emirates forum:
Hi, Has anyone taken psychometric tests for a job in Abu Dhabi? It would be great if you could share your experience. Thanks D
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
taqi014 replied to the thread Christina Perri and James Bluntconcerrt tickets on the United Arab Emirates forum:
HMT initially posted:
Hello, so I bought two tickets by mistake from to Christina Perri and James Blunt concert. It's in Dubai in the 25th of Feb, they are two vip tickets. If anyone is interested to but the tickets. Please let me know by posting in this topic. Thanks
taqi014 replied most recently with:
James Blunt- Good bye my lover. I want those. how much?
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
taqi014 replied to the thread looking to make friends on the United Arab Emirates forum:
layn initially posted:
Hi, I recently moved to Dubai and I am looking to meet nice people to make friends with while I am getting used to my new environment. I enjoy taking long walks, shopping, going to the beach, sight seeing and meeting new people during my spare time. If you share the same interests with me, my email address is
taqi014 replied most recently with:
Buzz me at 055-9047435 (Male from Karachi)
akinsome replied most recently with:
i am cooming this mouthi want to be you freind this my mail
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
Sunny15 posted Medical Fitness for Work Visa on the United Arab Emirates forum:
I am planning to move to Dubai and had a question on work visa. I am suffering from chronic renal failure and I am hcv positive. I am on dialysis 3 times a week. Under these conditions will I be able to secure a work visa in Dubai.
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
Michaelemy posted Looking for employment on the United Arab Emirates forum:
Hello, am Emeka by name, 32years of age, Nigerian. I seriously need an employment. I have being into the hospitality industry for some years now. Has experience on catering and hotel/home management. Am loyal, humble, punctual, God fearing, skillful and hard working, honest and obedient. Hobbies are listening to cool musics, meeting people and making friends, traveling, cooking, sports and playing games. However, I can also work in the factory or industry, homes, companies. Any one with a favorable help should contact me via my email address.... Thanks
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
A reader commented on the Expat Report Review of Horizon School in Dubai, UAE
Review-of-Horizon School
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Facilities are fine. They have a good play area, a big field etc. The swimming pool is out in the open – which makes it freezing cold in the winter (even though its heated), and your child is pretty much sun-prone in the summer. The football field is very nice. (Continue)
A reader replied most recently with:
One word of advice, no school in Dubai is perfect. Have been a parent in Dess and it was shocking how rude some staff were with kids and parents. I have suffered from first hand prepared to find rude teachers everywhere and unfortunately mostly were British teachers, Scottish teachers were the most warm and polite teachers in my experience. The truth is that if you kid is struggling no school in Dubai will if you have a brilliant kid all schools are good but if your kid is not academic prepare ahead for hard and heart breaking experiences.
A reader replied recently with:
I discovered this forum whilst trying to find out more information on the school as I am considering applying for a teaching post here for September 2014. Coming from Scotland I am absolutely appalled to read the racist remarks by someone on this forum: "well what would one expect with teachers and the owner coming from scotland. not a lot of class I would state. " I cannot speak for the staff in this school, however I happen to be extremely well educated, have a great deal of experience and value the children and parents I work with above all else. As a result of this I have excellent relationships with the families in my current and previous school. It is ignorance like this which I work tirelessly to eliminate in teaching children tolerance, respect and and global citizenship, through leading by example.
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
anismakda posted looking for a job on the United Arab Emirates forum:
Hi my names anis im from uk I have been working in confection clothing factorys in morocco as quality control im looking for the same job if available or any other jobs if available I can speak english and I can speak arabic. Please contact me
Sign In or Sign Up to reply
Vedel posted House swap . My Algarve ,your UAE. on the United Arab Emirates forum:
I am looking for a house swap to the UAE for a holiday 2/3 weeks in late 2015 or early 2016 , flexible . My holiday villa in the Algarve , 3 bed , 3 bath is in a great location , 10 minutes walk to the sea and stunning cliff walks . Really inexpensive to eat , drink , take trips and tours . World class Golf courses . You can e mail me direct Thank You
Sign In or Sign Up to reply

Join Expat Exchange (FREE)

Become a member of Expat Exchange today to meet other expats in your area or get advice before moving overseas. Membership is FREE and takes 1 minute!

Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter

Subscribe to The Foreign Exchange, our weekly newsletter, read by over 70,000 expats worldwide: